Join Uptime to get the key ideas from

COURSE HACK

Master Cognitive Biases and Improve Your Critical Thinking Summary

Kevin deLaplante

Master Cognitive Biases and Improve Your Critical Thinking

by Kevin deLaplante

Master Cognitive Biases and Improve Your Critical Thinking

Kevin deLaplante

Clock Icon5 min
Insight Icon3 key insights
Audio IconVisual, audio & text

This course is focused on simplifying the science of cognitive biases to help individuals and teams make better and more conscious decisions.

Get the app now

Master Cognitive Biases and Improve Your Critical Thinking

by Kevin deLaplante

Master Cognitive Biases and Improve Your Critical Thinking

Kevin deLaplante

Overview

There is probably no one better suited to give an introductory course on cognitive biases and critical thinking than philosophy professor Kevin deLaplante. Known to podcast listeners as the Argument Ninja, deLaplante is obsessed with making the jump from academia to practical strategies simpler, allowing anyone genuinely interested in improving their decisionmaking to do so without having to get a PHD.

In this course, deLaplante lays down some essential characteristics behind cognitive biases and shows us how we can reduce their influence. Through easy-to-apply principles, we will see how we make flawed decisions all the time - not because we are bad or stupid, but simply because we are human.

Download the Uptime app to

Audio iconRead or listen, with different modes
Adjust speed iconAdjust audio speed in the app
Bookmark iconBookmark to save titles for later
Share iconShare your favourite Hacks
Download

Download Uptime to get the key insights and actions from Master Cognitive Biases and Improve Your Critical Thinking

Get the app now

Favorite Quote

"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence."

Carl Sagan

You may also like

The Education of an Idealist
Samantha Power
Learn like a Pro
Olav Schewe, Barbara Oakley
Ultralearning
Scott H Young
Make It Stick
Peter C. Brown, Henry L. Roediger III, Mark A. McDaniel
How to Write a Thesis
Umberto Eco
Introduction to Online and Blended Teaching
Barbara Kurshan, Donna Murdoch, Betty Chandy, University of Pennsylvania
Managing Study, Stress and Mental Health at University
Ben Milbourn, Craig Thompson, Sonya Girdler, Curtin University
Transforming Digital Learning
Deakin University, Chie Adachi
Human Nature
Adam Bolt
Borrowed Future
David DiCicco
Leaders of Learning
Richard Elmore, Harvard University
Introduction to Family Engagement in Education
Karen L. Mapp, Harvard University
How to Teach Online
FutureLearn
Exploring English: Language and Culture
British Council
How to Write One Song
Jeff Tweedy
Learning and Memory
Central Queensland University
Nine Nasty Words
John McWhorter
Overdressed
Elizabeth L. Cline
Understanding Media
Marshall McLuhan
English in Early Childhood
British Council, Sheona Gilmour, Tracey Chapelton
Creating an Inclusive Classroom
Raspberry Pi Foundation, National Centre for Computing Education, Catherine Elliott
Inclusive Education
Queensland University of Technology
English for Academic Study
Coventry University, Gareth Jones, Mary Forbes, Graeme Nelson
Blended and Online Learning Design
UCL (University College London)
The Coddling of the American Mind
Greg Lukianoff, Jonathan Haidt

View the full hack with *uptime

App store iconGoogle play store icon

Master Cognitive Biases and Improve Your Critical Thinking

Kevin deLaplante

If you buy this course we may receive a small commission for this purchase.

Take this course on Udemy
© 2022 Uptime App LtdWe will receive a small commission from all purchases on Amazon